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Safety gear—

        Goggles and gloves

        Talk about safety rules

        Extra large blocks of wood (use soft wood to start)

        Hand drills (if available different drill bits)

        Clamp well and keep hands away

        Practice drilling techniques using a hand held egg beater

 

 

--Tap a starter hole with a nail

*you may find that using a nail larger than the drill bit is easier to get started.

--Place wood in a vice and keep hands clear

--Demonstrate, explain, and assist if needed

*Make a design or play connect the dots when finished

* Because one child may become tired and want to stop, it may take more than one child to produce a hole that they are happy with.

 

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